Jim Pritchett Joins Gilbane Building Company as Senior Project Executive
Pritchett brings more than 30 years of construction expertise in the Atlanta area
Atlanta, GA – June 25, 2015– Gilbane Building Company, a global leader in construction services, announced James Pritchett has joined as Senior Project Executive for the Atlanta office. He will be responsible for client satisfaction and project execution in the corporate/commercial markets.
Pritchett brings more than 30 years of construction industry experience having led key efforts including 33 Peachtree Place, Buckhead Atlanta, and the barracks renovations of Fort Jackson Building 11000 and 12000. Prior to joining Gilbane, he served as Project Executive with Balfour Beatty Construction leading construction operations.
“We are excited to have Jim join our team…,” said Michael Brown, Senior Vice President. “His strong leadership and proven track record speaks for itself. He is known and well respected throughout the industry by owners, architects, subcontractors and our peers.”
An Atlanta native, Pritchett holds a B.A. Finance degree from Georgia State University and a B.S. Building Construction degree from Auburn University, and is a licensed Georgia General Contractor. Active in his community, he is a board member for YMCA Camp High Harbour and received the YMCA of Metro Atlanta’s 2012 Volunteer of the Year award for his service.
About Gilbane Building Company
Gilbane provides a full slate of construction-related services – from pre-construction planning and integrated consulting capabilities to comprehensive construction management, close-out and facility management services – for clients across various markets. Gilbane, a family-owned company, has more than 50 office locations around the world.
Gilbane Building Company has been providing construction management services in Atlanta for nearly 40 years. Centrally located in Buckhead in the heart of Atlanta, Gilbane has been involved in a range of construction projects from the Carbon-Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory for Georgia Tech to the Restoration Hardware Design Gallery to Georgia Regents University Cancer Research Center among other projects in Georgia.